Wishing for Justice
Wishing for Justice is a "laughable farce" by an unknown local author.
The original text
Created by a local author and/or the performers, it is most likely to have been a parody on local persons and events. This seems to have been the only presentation and no text exists.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
Ca. 1857-1862: Called a "drama" in the publicity pieces, it was performed as part of a "Great Attraction" (probably a pantomime evening) presented in the Theatre Royal, Ceres, along with other locally devised items, such as the "drama" The Fight for the Fat Widow and the comedy Fined 5s., for Form's Sake.
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